This is the Linux app named Rdbtools whose latest release can be downloaded as rdbtools-0.1.15.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Rdbtools is a parser for Redis' dump.rdb files. The parser generates events similar to an XML sax parser and is very efficient memory-wise. Rdbtools is written in Python, though there are similar projects in other languages. Every run of RDB Tool requires to specify a command to indicate what should be done with the parsed RDB data. Valid commands are JSON, diff, justkeys, justkeyvals and protocol. The JSON command output is UTF-8 encoded JSON. By default, the callback try to parse RDB data using UTF-8 and escape non 'ASCII printable' characters with the \U notation, or non-UTF-8 parsable bytes with \x. Attempting to decode RDB data can lead to binary data corruption, this can be avoided by using the --escape raw option. Another option is to use -e base64 for Base64 encoding of binary data.
- Generate a Memory Report of your data across all databases and keys
- Convert dump files to JSON
- Compare two dump files using standard diff tools
- python-lzf is optional but highly recommended to speed up parsing
- redis-py is optional and only needed to run test cases.
- Every run of RDB Tool requires to specify a command to indicate what should be done with the parsed RDB data
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